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#1 “Love is Like a Snowflake“
#3 “Chajatta/Found You”
#4 XIA (Junsu)
Melon Chart – TOP 100
#1 “Chajatta/Found You” – Park Yuchun, XIA (Junsu), Kim Jaejoong | ‘Sungkyunkwan Scandal’ OST
#2 “Love is Like a Snowflake” – XIA (Junsu) | ‘Nice Guy’ OST CD …
#3 “Love is Like a Snowflake” – XIA (Junsu) | ‘Nice Guy’ OST Part. 1
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Recording Scene and Interview
Love is Like a Snowflake
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written by: renshukki for McRoth’s Residence
OSTs should literally be the next K-Pop because they seriously crap over some of today’s ballads, or even perhaps lead singles, sung by today’s Korean idols. OSTs aren’t there because they weren’t written for nothing, but rather to drive the storyline and emotion of a drama. Without OSTs, the Korean drama you are probably watching right now would be less than nothing; to put it simply, without OSTs you wouldn’t understand what is going on. This is also something American Dramas need to learn too, but there is a major difference between Asian and American culture, so playing a random pop song or an instrumental in the background is fine too.
Xia’s “Love Is Like Snow” (OST for KBS2 drama, Nice Guy), is simply a masterpiece which lies on a pretty orchestration mixed with heavy synths that grabs the tension and emotion of its listeners. Xia Junsu’s vocals itself inches up the balance of the song to pull you in, something I haven’t heard for a long time since his TVXQ days. What amazes me is how Junsu’s able to control his vocals when he’s reaching the high notes over a long period of time, although at times shaky a bit too, yet bringing the feeling and meaning of the song at the same time. Read More →